1966 Chevy II Sedan.....

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This is a new project I have been working on. Its a resin 1966 Chevy II 100 Sedan. It uses the AMT Pro Street Chassis, AMT Stock interior with bench seat and matching rear seat added, Aluminum exhaust and driveshaft, Gobi Beige basecoat/clearcoat ( which has been rubbed out since these pics), and Billet Specialties "Stiletto" wheels from a diecast. Thanks for looking.....more pics soon.....

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Not really my style, but it looks awesome! :D Never seen that roofline before, something different B)

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A couple more pics from yesterday uploaded....

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Beautiful chassis, coming along. Keep it going.

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hey man where did get those headers from?

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Where'd ya get the body from? I have one of those done by "Mike's Miniature Motors" I got a nice cowl hoodscoop from ED Fluck Jr, now i just gotta BUILD it!!! :lol::D;)

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That looks like the Bandit Resins body done up by Kenny Shores, I have one in the stash to build "someday" !

Nice start, can't wait to see this one done.

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Great project!!! Off to a GREAT start!!! I recently bought a Bandit Resins Chevy ll wagon, and will use the AMT PS kit as well. I will be tuning in to your build!!

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That interior is sweeet!

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That looks like the Bandit Resins body done up by Kenny Shores, I have one in the stash to build "someday" !

Nice start, can't wait to see this one done.

Its not a Bandit Resins body. I believe its a Time Machine Resin body before they went out. They were in the Nashville area and I know this one came from there.

hey man where did get those headers from?

Headers are from the R/M 37 Ford kits

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Sweet ride

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nice, im liking how this one is going along. keep up the great work.

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love it! the post body!!! the wheels look awesome!!!

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SWEET RIDE CANT WAIT TO SEE MORE

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sweet work bryan.one of my favorite colors on a 60's chevy.i'm looking forward to seeing it finished.

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This thing just looks mean! The stance, motor, rims, just sweet. Can't wait to see it finished, what kind of rims are they?

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Very nice looking build.

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That looks SWEEEET!!! Nice job. I love the plain Jane interior and the Ivory paint, nice combo.

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Nice, I like the color choice.

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Bryan,

Did you scratch the front bench and if so any more photos of the seat ?

Alan

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Forgot to ask, where are those valve covers sourced from ?

Alan

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Alan - The front and rear seats are modified seats from the 66 Chevelle wagon. The valve covers are from the R/M 37 Ford kits but I removed the ribs from the top. I added the aluminum pieces.

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Very good friend, I really enjoyed the result. like this chevy for having straight lines.

Hugs.

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You did this kit justice. Beautiful work.

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What diecast did the wheels come from my favourite wheel.

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